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Ms. John Soda - Loom (2015)

1-10-2015, 16:36
Music | Indie | Electronic

Ms. John Soda - Loom (2015)

Artist: Ms. John Soda
Title Of Album: Loom
Year Of Release: 2015
Label: Morr Music
Genre: Indie, Electronic, Female Vocal
Quality: 320 Kbps
Total Time: 34:53 min
Total Size: 101 MB
WebSite: Album Preview


01. In My Arms 03:08
02. Hero Whales 03:26
03. Millions 04:22
04. The Light 03:26
05. Sodawaltz 02:44
06. Hi Fool 04:27
07. Sirens 03:10
08. Name It 03:19
09. Oh Seven 03:53
10. Fall Away 02:59

Finally a new album by the band around Micha Acher (The Notwist) & Stefanie Böhm after a 9 year hiatus. A lot has changed since Ms. John Soda released the first 7" back in 1998, since Micha Acher (The Notwist, Tied & Tickled Trio, Alien Ensemble) joined Stefanie Boehm and completed the creative nucleus of this band around the turn of the millennium; day-to-day life indeed feels different some 16 years later (and half as many since the release of their sophomore album, "Notes and the Like"), but the basic chemistry, the intricate balance of electronic and analog molecules that orbit this nucleus - and thus, the resulting mood and vibe -, they're still recognizable, still undeniably Ms. John Soda: Whether it's the dense, intensely rushing soundscapes of "Hero Whales", numerous layers pushing and taking off into the same direction, the propelled clatter of "Sirens", a track like "Millions" that blows off more and more steam, a glistening, wheezing sort of madness even (though there is a tender side to it as well), the perpetual, magic lantern-like motions of "Name It" (think Trish Keenan and Broadcast) or the gradually descending melodies of opening track "In My Arms" - they're all lined with a certain tension, underpinned by a certain atmosphere, a unique brand of melancholy that never quite gives in, keeps searching for new outlets and answers. Whereas Cico Beck aka Joasihno (drums, electronics), also part of Aloa Input and the latest addition to Ms. John Soda's live band, and drummer Thomas Geltinger helped out on various tracks they recorded with Oliver Zülch in Weilheim, Boehm and Acher were also joined by Karl-Ivar Refseth (percussions) and Matthias Götz (trombone). Together, they keep feeding the loom with countless spools of yarn, until epic piano closer "Fall Away" seems to offer a temporary respite: "find your way/take the dry suit off/for a night". Time to rest, to take a deep breath. Or is it already the first rays of dawn looming on the horizon?

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